Are you working with a colorist on a project? The use of Lookup Tables, or LUTs, is an easy way for you to exchange information with between Adobe Premiere Pro and their color correcting software. Author Richard Harrington discusses how to send your footage to a colorist so they can create a LUT you can apply to your clips in Premiere Pro.
- If you have the ability to work with a colorist,…the use of lookup tables can make it really easy…to exchange information between colorist systems…and premier pro.…Whether your colorist is using speed grade or the more…common davinchi resolve, it's very easy to get a preset…back from them to apply to your footage.…This might be for an initial creative look…or for a corrective look as well.…In this case, I set a shot to my friend Robbie Carman,…who's also a fellow author.…And I asked him to give me back an option to apply.…
Let me show you what this looks like.…So by simply attaching the file and sending it over,…I was able to get a series of looks to apply.…He gave me a little bit of input on how to treat this.…In this case, let me walk you through what happened.…It's very easy to select a shot that you wanna get looked at…feel free to mark off a small section of that shot,…even just half a second is enough.…You can then choose File, Export, Media.…
For best results, I would recommend trying to stick…with the sequence settings that you have.…
- What is a lookup table?
- Applying corrective LUTs
- Applying LUTs for style
- Creating custom LUTs
- Working with LUTs in cross-application workflows
- Managing your LUT library and presets